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The Organiser reviews
Indian Muslims are ghettoed in Pakistan Farzana Versey has brought out history through her travel fable that holds bare the social milieu enshrining the...
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The Statesman reviews
There’s a saying in Hindi which goes: dhobi ka kutta, na ghar ka, na ghat ka. The washerman's dog doesn't know where he belongs, whether at home or at the ghats...
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Synchronized Chaos reviews
Kate Evans’ recent novel For the May Queen follows Norma Jean, a young girl from the small California town of Auburn, through her 1981 freshman year at Sacramento...
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Feminist Review reviews
Anyone who has experienced campus life, whether in 1981 or 2009, knows a student like Norma Rogers. She is that girl from freshman year. She is the girl who gets...
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BlogCritics reviews
Kate Evans' novel engrossed me with its sharp wit and humor. I couldn’t help but get involved with her characters. They are similar to the highly artistic creative...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
The Crying Tree Naseem Rakha. Broadway, $22.95 (304p) ISBN 978-0-7679-3140-3 This complex, layered story of a family's journey toward justice and forgiveness comes...
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HARDBOILED WONDERLAND reviews
"We feel we’re hanging out backstage with the bands while they compare notes on clubs, groupies and record companies. His return subjects, James Ellroy, Ken Bruen...
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Unique Logophilos website reviews
This is a story about love in its purest form ...
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Livejournal book reviews reviews
Painting from Life is a story of obsession, like it should be when you are talking of art, since only a work born from an artist who suffered to create it is...
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Poemeleon reviews
The bar is called Poemeleon. You can be anyone you want here, but management is trying to add some humor to the place’s ambience just now. The first poet to walk...
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In For The Kill
Amazon reviews
I wondered if this would come up to the previous high standard of Pauline Rowson's other marine mysteries but I needn't have worried, I wasn't disappointed. In...
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The Telegraph reviews
At an all-women Cambridge college, a centuries-old tradition of female heads of house has been broken by the appointment of a man, James Rycarte. The sisters of...
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Bookladyblog reviews
Freya Morris is doing her best to live her life in the dark. She rents a basement apartment in New York City (it was supposed to be “temporary,” but she’s been...
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Forgetting English
Luxury Reading reviews
Midge Raymond will soon become one of your favorite authors. Readers will get more than just a lift from Forgetting English. The venues are unfamiliar, with...
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The UFO Phenomenon
Milwaukee Shepherd Express reviews
Greer will satisfy neither credulous UFOlogists nor rock-headed skeptics. But far more interesting than any more polemic, The UFO Phenomenon is a rigorously argued...
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Esquire reviews
Introducing your next summer beach book: The Virgin's Guide to Mexico ... Martin's fast-paced strangeness gives the novel a fluid, cinematic feel, and...
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Awaken the Highland Warrior
Night Owl Reviews reviews
AWAKEN THE HIGHLAND WARRIOR is the debut novel in a new series by Ms. Clenney. This is one of the best books I have read in a while. All I can say is Oh My Gosh...
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Frugal Fabulous Finds reviews
As Henry Mosquera’s first book, I believe he has started out his writing career with a great read. This incredible story of a super intelligent former military...
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Random House reviews
"From the opening sentence of Elizabeth Flock's exceptional new novel, I was at its tender mercies. I kept asking myself, How did she accomplish this storytelling...
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The Diabolist
Amazon UK reviews
Corny escapes, underground tunnels, panto villains, an unfeasibly gifted master of jujitsu: I loved it. 'The Diabolist' is the third of the 'Dominic Grey' series...
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